Arctic (2018)

If you read the poster it will say that Arctic is one of the best movies ever made about survival. Although that could be true, I would lean the other way and say it is not. I love cold snowy places and thought Arctic would shoot up my all-time favourite movie lists. It did not. … More Arctic (2018)

Us (2019)

There seemed to be a party and I wasn’t invited. It was at that party they discussed the finer details of Us and the vision Jordan Peele had for the movie. I say this because every single review I’ve skimmed so far talks about the movie’s references to social structure and how it’s a modern … More Us (2019)

Miss Bala (2019)

You know that you’ve had a bad opening weekend when everyone was talking about the Super Bowl and the box office was won by movies that have been out for weeks. Miss Bala did not live up to expectations, hence the third-place finish after opening on Friday. Weather problems aside, there was only nine of … More Miss Bala (2019)

Tulip Fever (2017)

Tulip Fever had a very slow beginning, peaked way before the ending, and gave us a rather crappy ending. I caught this film on my flight to New York recently. It featured one of my favourite actresses today, Alicia Vikander, in one of her steamiest roles yet. Decorated in elegant dresses of the era, she … More Tulip Fever (2017)

Woodlawn (2015)

Woodlawn is billed as the true story of Tony Harris (Caleb Castille), one of the most gifted football players ever to play in Alabama. This film wanted to be a biography film much like The Express was, but really failed at everything it set out to be. Lost in the overcomplicated plot of a high … More Woodlawn (2015)